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Endelienta Baroque: Aboiement Continuel (‘Continual Squealing’): Music of the French Baroque

9th October 

In 1753, philosopher and musician Jean-Jacques Rousseau directed this barb towards contemporary French music. Rousseau’s relationship with this music changed significantly over time, testament to the variety of styles that emanated from France. In this programme, period-instrument ensemble Endelienta Baroque look back at the heritage of these styles, traversing music for the Paris court and for the theatre, performing music by Couperin, Rameau, and Marais, amongst others.

Endelienta Baroque:
Caroline Taylor - Soprano
Rosalind Ridout - Flute
Maxim del Mar - Violin
Rachel Kay - ‘Cello
Seb Gillot - Harpsichord 

Endelienta Baroque:
Founded at St Endellion in 2016, Endelienta Baroque comprises some of the country’s most exciting young performers on period instruments. The group is committed to involving audiences in the shared joy of music-making, and communicating music with our audiences to eradicate the austere and all-too-often “staged” nature of chamber music performance. Previous concerts have included Bach choral works in the chapel of King’s College, Cambridge, Handel arias and sonatas at All Saints’, Kingston, and collaborative performances of Bach’s B minor mass with Kingston Orpheus Choir, and Mozart’s Requiem with Blackheath and Bramley Choral Society. Future programmes include solo sonatas by JS Bach and a programme commemorating the 350th anniversary of the death of Heinrich Schütz.

Endelienta Make Club - Wild Paper Blooms

Endelienta Make Club – Wild Paper Blooms

Saturday 16th October 10am-12pm

We will be creating paper flowers from your imaginations. Learn some basic shapes and ideas and then let your imagination run wild. Fantastical tropical blooms or weird alien plants, we would love to see what you can create.

Make Club is back inside the Hall  for the Autumn season and masks are optional, we will have good ventilation so bring a warm jumper! Please also bring along a snack or drink if you wish as we are not yet offering refreshments. 

Endelienta Make Club: For children and parents!
Each month we have new creative ideas to keep you busy.  The Make Club is a fun space to explore, create and get messy. The workshops are led by inspirational artists and makers. There will be materials available for parents as well.
The Make Club is only £5 for any family.


Calum Ingram

Saturday 29th October

Calum has played the cello from age nine and never looked back. He’s developed a unique approach to the cello intertwining his strings. He draws influences from Peter Gabriel, Jimi Hendrix, John Mayer, Jack White, and John Martyn.

Calum has toured America, Europe, and the UK. He has headlined the acoustic main stage at The Wicker Man Festival and his debut album was nominated for Best Album and for the Kevin Thorpe Award at the British Blues Awards in 2014. Calum won the award for Best Sound Design as part of The Midtown International Theatre Festival, New York City.

Calum has collaborated with musicians including Vieux Farka Tore, the Ronstadt Brothers, Jasmine Rodgers and has supported Jack Bruce and American reggae superstars, Soja.

Iris Murdoch: Philosopher and Novelist on the Quest for Spirituality with Revd Paul Fiddes

Saturday 30 October
10am - 3pm

Revd Prebendary Paul Fiddes is the Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Oxford. In this reflective day he will be discussing the novels 'The Bell,' 'Nuns and Soldiers,' and 'Time of the Angels' by Iris Murdoch.

Brother Sea

Brother Sea are a South West based Celtic-folk band that brings together the acclaimed duo Harbottle & Jonas, with the award winning song writer Kris Lannen and the haunting Celtic tones of Annie Baylis on fiddle.

Their music is that of departure, adventure and new beginnings, sweeping you away with a sense of boldness and innocence with hypnotic vocals accompanied by classic folk instruments. Brother Sea create a sense of awe and intrigue with songs like campfire stories exploring heritage and folklore as they gently flicker through captivating soundscapes. 

‘Beautifully crafted chords, intricate lead parts and glowing harmonies make Circadian the go-to feel good song on your Summer Playlist. Could the lyrics be any more fitting to the time we currently find ourselves in, ‘Colours emerge from the dark.’ I’m a believer, and you will be too.’ - Joel Richardson | Blackstar Amplification

Blackweir Brass

Saturday 11th December 

Returning to Endelienta for the third time, Blackweir Brass are known for their inventive programmes which have been performed across the country. Now based at the Royal Academy of Music, the ensemble was formed five years ago at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and in that time have gone on to become Live Music Now artists, Making Music Selected Artists and won the June Emerson Launchpad Prize. This concert combines old favourites with brand new arrangements, as well as some festive tunes!